St. Louis Blues
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- "St. Louis Blues" is a 1929 American two-reel short film starring Bessie Smith. The early sound film features Smith in an African-American speakeasy of the prohibition era singing the W. C. Handy standard, "St. Louis Blues". Directed by Dudley Murphy, it is the only known film of Bessie Smith, and the soundtrack is her only recording not controlled by Columbia Records.
- "St. Louis Blues" is a 1939 American musical film directed by Raoul Walsh that was set on a Mississippi River showboat. Although the plot was not related to the song, the "St. Louis Blues" was sung as one of the numbers. Artists included jazz singer Maxine Sullivan and composer/singer/actor Hoagy Carmichael. The film starred Dorothy Lamour, Lloyd Nolan, Tito Guízar, Jerome Cowan and Mary Parker.
- "St. Louis Blues" is a 1958 album by Nat King Cole, arranged by Nelson Riddle. St. Louis Blues was the soundtrack to the film of the same name that starred Cole.
- also known as Saint Louis Blues
- genre: Jazz
- released in (52 years ago)
- "St. Louis Blues" is a composition.
- also known as St Louis Blues
- music by Albert Ammons
- "St. Louis Blues" is a musical single of J. Lawrence Cook.
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by Simon J Bronner
Handy, “St. Louis Blues” (1914). Indeed the city does have a long and vibrant musical heritage. The most famous ragtime ...
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St. Louis, Missouri
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